Priya K + Follow 20 Jan 2017
The baby has shown a marked development. The eyes and ears are moving towards their final resting place, making it more human like. The heart is in full swing, pumping 25 quarts of blood everyday. The baby’s external genitals become distinguishable.
Priya K + Follow 17 Jan 2017
The baby has been on a roll, growing miraculously and speedily, with every passing week. By this week, the sex organs become fully visible. For the first time, you can sense the life within you with the help of an external Doppler. The endearing heartbeat of your baby can be clearly heard.
Priya K + Follow 16 Jan 2017
The baby has grown by an inch now. It measures 3.5 inches and weighs 1.5 ounces. The arms still have to catch up with the length of the legs. The yolk sac that had been providing nourishment has disappeared. The baby receives nutrition directly from the placenta.
Priya K + Follow 15 Jan 2017
A little over 2 inches and about half an ounce heavy, the baby is about the size of a plum. Just like every child reacts to poking, your unborn too would react when you try to feel it. It is going to be the first exchange and encounter of tender love.
Priya K + Follow 13 Jan 2017
The baby has finally started taking some real shape. It is now 1 inch long, about the size of an olive. The baby has begun the journey, bearing a greater resemblance with humans. Almost all the essential body parts have bloomed and they’d soon become finely shaped. The tiny heart has divided into four chambers and the valves have started to form. The tail disappears by now. The little one’s various body parts are kick starting their physical journey.
Priya K + Follow 13 Jan 2017
Your baby is a little over 1.5 inches long. The baby is on the verge of being completely formed. The diaphragm is under construction and the baby is soon going to learn how it feels to get hiccups when the mother-to-be misses him. The child is moving around in your belly whirling and twirling like a zealous dancer.
Priya K + Follow 12 Jan 2017
The baby has grown over an inch, about the size of a walnut kernel. It has successfully completed the embryonic stage and has now entered the fetal stage. The tissues and organs that had started blooming in the previous weeks will now grow and mature at a rapid pace.
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How do you know that the doctor you are seeing for your problem is the appropriately qualified one? Here is a guide to the most common degrees doctors achieve in India, USA, and UK. I hope after reading this you will understand the correct experience, training and qualification of the doctor you wish to see for your problem.
Priya K + Follow 02 Dec 2016
Only if it were limited to a game. But who knew it could get into a disastrous infection that gets spread. Worst, not everyone is aware about it entirely. Each person deciphers something else about it and that is how the truth is lost and infected.